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Explaining the Royal Arch Degree of Freemasonry JAH-BUL-ON This Judaeo-Masonic name for the 'Masonic Christ' is derived from 4 different languages : CHALDAEA - (JAH)   This is the Chaldaean name for the Masonic god ; signifying that ‘his essence and majesty is incomprehensible.' HEBREW - (JAH)  This is a Hebrew word signifying ‘I am and shall be’, thereby expressing the actual essence, future, and eternal existence of (TMH) The Most High . SYRIAC - (BUL)  This is a Syriac word denoting Lord, or Powerful, it is in itself a compound word, being formed from the preposition Beth, in or on, and UL, Heaven or on High. EGYPTIAN - (ON) This is an Egyptian word signifying 'Father of All', as in that well known prayer, Our Father, which art in Heaven. The various significations of the word may thus be collected: I am and shall be; Lord in Heaven or on High.’ Be very sure... what i

Mormonism: Its True History, Signs and Symbols (Part #1)

Latter Day Saints Founder: Joseph Smith, Jr.

Author: James E. Buchanan III

CEO/Information Architect


Joseph Smith, Jr. was born to Lucy Mack Smith and Joseph Smith, Sr. on December, 23, 1805 in the state of Vermont. Joseph Jr. was yet a lad when his family packed up and moved to a farm just a stone's throw away from the town of Palmyra.

It was in this same general area that the Second Great Awakening of the 19th Century was beginning to pick up steam to an almost feverish level. 

The entire Smith family was, very literally, swept up within the plethora of multi-denominational religious gatherings, revelations, services and revivals; some of which even made their way into the Palmyra register newspaper. 

During the same time period, the Smith's also practiced folk magick or, more definitively, sympathetic magick; which was and is the most practiced form of occult magick on earth. 

The basic premise of the sympathetic magick that the Smith family practiced dealt with the universal occult premise that, "like forces attract similar like forces"; as what is also practiced in Wiccan, White Magick, Black Magick, Voodoo and the various appendages of the New Age Movement (which, obviously, is nothing new.)

Both Joseph Smith, Sr. and at least two of his sons also were known to use seer stones; which they believed provided them with magickal powers to search for and identify the location of lost merchandise, hidden money or buried treasure. It was also a known fact that seer stones were also used by necromancers to tell the future, cast spells, conjuring of demonic entities, divination, evil spiritual communication, Voodoo, etc. 

As Joseph Smith, Jr. began to mature into a young man, he found others within the tightly knit community of Palmyra who also shared his family's occult and superstitious belief system. 

Brandt Gardner solidifies the galvanizing occult role that Joseph Smith, Jr. played within the Palmyra community:

Young Joseph Smith was a member of a specialized sub-community with ties to these very old and very respected practices, though by the early 1800's they were respected only by a marginalized segment of society. He exhibited a talent to parallel to others in similar communities. Even in Palmyra he was not unique. In D. Michael Quinn's words: "Until the Book of Mormon thrust young Smith into prominence, Palmyra's most notable seer was Sally Chase, who used a greenish-colored stone. William Stafford also had a seer stone, and Joshua Stafford had a peep stone  which looked like a white marble and had a hole through the center.
(Mark Ashurst-Mcgee, "A Pathway to Prophethood: Joseph Smith Jr. as Rodsman, Village Seer, and Judeo- Christian Prophet", (Master Thesis, University of Utah, Logan, Utah, 2000) 200-201. 

Joseph Smith, Jr. 
Nauvoo Masonic Lodge
Nauvoo, Illinois (USA)

Joseph Smith, Jr. continued to use these magickal seer stones for divination, fortune-telling, finding hidden treasure and other self-serving occult dealings. 

After Joseph Smith, Jr. received the instructions from the Angel Moroni on how he was to go about writing the Book of Mormon, he subsequently used the exact same seer stones that he once used for divination to write the message of Father God to his people? 

Father God is not the author of confusion. 

Joseph Smith, Jr. was a warlock... plain and simple. He used the power of persuasion to the fullest of advantage; to dupe the poor, uneducated, lost and spiritually hungry masses of people who were honestly looking for the truth.

The rest of the debasing debauchery of Joseph Smith, Jr. need not to even be mentioned within the scope of this examination; because it is plain, even through the eyes of a child, that the viciously, predatory nature of any shepherding leader causes a vehemently damning ripple effect within any movement... religious or otherwise. 

It is high time for Sheeple, the globe over, to wake up, shake themselves and take up their own personal crosses. Man is finite, frail, vile, evil... it's within the very nature of mankind to sin. To follow any man, regardless of how good their intentions sound, is to fall head-long into the blackness of darkness. 

Just look around you... we are experiencing wars, rumors of wars, earthquakes in divers places, men are lovers of themselves instead of lovers of God, children are raising their hands to their parents, people are marrying and giving in marriage, pride of all types is at an all time high (and pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall.) 

North America is headed for a huge fall; whether you know it, like it, deny it, or are indifferent about it. 

When an entire country turns its back on the one who blessed them, the Grand Architect of All Things will eventually do the same... 


Joseph Smith, Jr.
Born: December, 23, 1805
Sharon, Vermont (USA) 
Death: June, 27, 1844 (Age 38)
Carthage, Illinois (USA)
Father: Joseph Smith, Sr. 
 Mother: Lucy Mack Smith
1st President of the Church of Christ
Renamed: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
(April, 06, 1830 - June, 27, 1844)
2nd Mayor of Nauvoo, Illinois
(May, 19, 1842 - June, 27, 1844)
(Smith was made a "Mason at Sight")
Nauvoo Masonic Lodge
Nauvoo, Illinois (USA)

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